CPH:DOX’ INTER:ACTIVE Symposium ponders the future of the Metaverse

Who will own the Metaverse? Who will be represented? And how do we ensure that it’s shaped for all of us? The speakers at the 2023 CPH:DOX’s INTER:ACTIVE Symposium, together with its selection of nine LAB projects, will examine the creative landscape into which they are emerging. INTER:ACTIVE Symposium is curated and hosted by Mark Atkin, the Head of Studies of CPH:LAB and curator of CPH:DOX’s INTER:ACTIVE Exhibition.

Sofie Hvitved, the Danish Futurist and Head of Media at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies will be the keynote speaker, followed by artists Lauren Moffat, Jakob Kudsk Steensen and Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, who will look deeper into the convergence of the physical and digital worlds, the rise of the game engine, what digital work gets funded and exhibited, and what ends up suppressed. Eva Jäger, Curator of Arts Technologies at Serpentine Galleries, will consider how we can build future art ecosystems, while Calum Bowden explores how blockchain and Web 3.0 can be applied to the creative ecology. Finally, Jake Elwes will guide a process in queering the dataset, in order to confront social bias in AI.

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